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Camila Mancilla is an architect who combines mixed media, paper construction, collage, and video installations to explore themes like identity, liminality, and the nuances of architecture through inmateriality. Her three-dimensional collages offer fresh perspectives on both architectural and human structures. Transformation and a deep understanding of human experiences within various spaces are at the heart of her work.

Mancilla's video installations and multimedia experiments build upon her collage work, drawing viewers into dynamic spatial explorations. These creations encourage reflection on the deep connections between architectural spaces and human emotions.

In the academic realm, Mancilla teaches at Virginia Tech and Universidad Austral de Chile.  Her research focuses on the relationship between architecture and monsters (collages). Her distinct artwork has been showcased in numerous exhibitions worldwide. Additionally, she holds a Master's degree in Cultural Heritage from Escuela de Arquitectura UC, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and is currently pursuing her PhD at Virginia Tech WAAC.

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